Evisu Racing hint at their Asian Le Mans Series driver line up

Friday, January 13, 2023

Evisu Racing have become the latest team to strongly hint upon their driver line up ahead of their entry within this seasons Asian Le Mans Series.

Entering an Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT3 under the banner of TF Sport, the Chinese based team put out an Instagram post today saying that AMR factory driver Charlie Eastwood and experienced Malaysian based racer Adrian D’Silva will be joining the Evisu clothing empire boss, David Pun in the #61 car for the four-round series.

This crew is the fourth AMR powered team to reveal their crew ahead of next month’s opening weekend, alongside that of Bullitt Racing, TF Sport and D’Station Racing – only the #65 Viper Niza AMR needs to confirm it third driver before the full set is known.

Blighted by the travel restrictions imposed back home, Pun has seen his international race programme severely affected with racing entries limited to domestic series such as the GTSSC and Macau Grand Prix to feed his passion in 2021 before last season’s GT World Challenge Asia Series finally allowed him out of the country.

Whilst factory driver Eastwood needs no introduction especially as having recently been named within the ORT by TF Sport World Endurance Championship entry, D'Silva also comes with Aston Martin experience having raced the CMRT Eurasia V12 AMR Vantage GT3 during the 2018 Blancpain GT Asia Series.

The photo in question has been confirmed to have been taken recently whilst both the Evisu and Viper Niza crews tested at Sepang. Messaging Pun today, it is hoped that the #61 car will retain its livery last seen out when he raced around the streets of Macau in 2021.

Photo credit – Evisu / GTSSC



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